CONTACT US  |  MEMBER LOGIN
ACTRA
Our UnionMedia CentreMembersProducersAgreementsAdvocacyResources

Join ACTRA
ACTRA Fraternal
Find a Performer
ACTRA PRS
ACTRA RACS
Member Login
Our Branches
Pay Your Dues
do we have your money?

President’s Message
Ferne Downey

 
 

ACTRA Membership System
Sign in for 24/7 access to your membership record

 
 

View our winter 2017 ACTRA Magazine

For back issues of ACTRA Magazine click here


Print

Did you know, there’s a credit union for artists just like you? – click above to find out more


MAP Badge Web

Members in good standing can participate in the MAP discount plan – there’s strength in numbers!

 

 
   
ACTRA stands in solidarity with SAG-AFTRA during their Interactive Media Agreement negotiations, October 19th, 2016 - ACTRA is proud to stand in solidarity with our SAG-AFTRA sisters and brothers during their job action as they continue with renegotiation of their Interactive Media Agreement, which covers production of videogames. The negotiations have been underway for the past 19 months with SAG-AFTRA members having continued to work under the expired Agreement since late […]
Read more >
Kim Coates honoured in L.A. by Canadian performers with 2017 ACTRA National Award of Excellence, January 18th, 2017 - Toronto, ON — Canadian performers honoured Kim Coates with the 2017 ACTRA National Award of Excellence on Saturday, January 28, 2017, at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. The award recognizes an ACTRA member’s career achievements, and contribution to their fellow performers and Canada’s entertainment industry.
Read more >
ACTRA joins online effort to overturn CRTC Super Bowl decision, December 21st, 2016 - TORONTO, ON — Canada’s English-language performers’ union has launched an online effort to mobilize Canadian performers in opposition to the CRTC’s decision banning Canadian ads to be broadcast during the Super Bowl.
Read more >
Canada’s cultural industries will continue to thrive if government supports creative talent: ACTRA, November 25th, 2016 - TORONTO, ON — The Canadian union representing 23,000 performers in film and television from across the country has laid out its submission for Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly’s Canadian Content in a Digital World consultations.
Read more >
ACTRA National Women’s Committee begins Toronto shoot of short film Women Seen with Amanda Tapping in director’s chair, November 17th, 2016 - TORONTO, ON — The ACTRA National Women’s Committee begins production on the two-day Toronto shoot of its new short film Women Seen on Saturday, November 19. This is the second and final shoot following one day of filming in Vancouver this past August.
Read more >
ACTRA Members stand in solidarity with SAG-AFTRA Members during their videogame strike, October 21st, 2016 - ACTRA is proud to stand in solidarity with our SAG-AFTRA sisters and brothers during their job action as they continue with renegotiation of their Interactive Media Agreement, which covers production of videogames.
Read more >
Bulletins
Stay Connected
Screening Room  
       
  Follow @ACTRANat  
       
  Like ACTRA National  
       
  Follow @ACTRAnational  
       

*check out our video to see what Rick Mercer has to say about ACTRA’s work to protect child performers

Privacy  |  Legal Text  |  Site Map  |  Mobile version